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November 2015

It’s A Hard Coding Life

IT’S A HARD CODING LIFE
BY: RAWLE MURDY | 11.01.15

I’m kind of a geek. I’ll just put that out there. I play video games. I enjoy comics. I appreciate Mulder’s inability to doubt, I enjoy watching a time travelling, two-hearted alien who just happens to have a […]

September 2015

Post-Grad

POST-GRAD
BY: ELLIE KLIMECKI | 09.15.15
Blog post is written by one of our PR/Social Media interns, Ellie Klimecki.

I remember thinking that my parents’ friends were crazy for telling me not to grow up too fast. They told me to cherish the years filled with 10 a.m. classes […]

July 2015

CARTA was there for me when I needed it

My wife’s car is (back) in the shop. Thanks, Volkswagen. Anyway, not wanting to disturb my sweetums and our five-year-old son, I’ve decided to take CARTA to work until everything is squared away with our vehicle.

Now, you might ask, why don’t you take CARTA every […]

June 2015

A "wanna be" food critic review of The Obstinate Daughter

The Obstinate Daughter has been on my list of places to try for a long time now. I really enjoy the Wild Olive and pretty much anything Jacques Larson touches. I think part of the success of a chef relies on the ingredients he or she chooses […]

Top 5 Things To Do When the Ravenel Bridge is on Lockdown

The Ravenel Bridge seems to be shutting down with increasing regularity these days. (And for any number of reasons, from protests to ice bombs to gas spills.) We always like to have a strategy to deal with whatever situation may arise, so we’ve developed five […]

April 2015

Digging In For Year Three of DIG SOUTH

 

 

 

 

 

Reasons Why This Isn’t the Year to Miss Out!

For anyone who’s been to DIG SOUTH, we don’t need to twist your arms. You’ve learned first-hand that this is a festival you can’t afford to miss. But for the uninitiated here in Charleston or throughout the […]

August 2014

NoMo Bars in Charleston?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While the City of Charleston and its hospitality industry are doing battle over proposed ordinances limiting new bar openings in the King/Market/East Bay entertainment district, I kicked back with a cold one and came up with an idea that solves everybody’s problem. Send the bars […]

July 2014

The First, Absolutely Unofficial and Uncertified Top 10 Sandwich List in Charleston

 

 

 

So I was enjoying a perfectly fine lunch with a friend who is new to Charleston. The conversation moved to sandwiches and I shared how much I love Charleston’s wide selection of what I have come to believe may be the best sandwiches on the […]

April 2014

4 Quick Tips for Summer Internships in the Holy City

For your average undergrad, summers in Charleston are filled with a lot of, well, “activities.” This is a great city, with a million and one ways to get sidetracked from focusing on an internship, and gaining the valuable experience to take it to the next […]

Walk This Way! Come See Us – April 9 – DIG SOUTH SPACE WALK

This Wednesday, April 9 from 4-6PM, many of the companies that make up Charleston’s creative and technology community will open their doors for the DIG SOUTH SPACE WALK. It’s the pre-party before the official “DIG IN” Welcome Party at the East Bay Biergarten. For first-time visitors […]